Child 1 – 3 . Toddler Milestones: 12-18 Months. Physical Development: 12-18 Months. Walking and climbing Not only will your toddler be walking alone, but he will probably be trying to crawl or climb up the stairs.
Your toddler will love to copy you because he looks up to you and wants to do what you do. So, he may pretend to cook, play on the computer, or drive a car.
This is a great time to mimic appropriate behavior and responses because it will help him learn how to act in social situations later in life.
Perhaps interested in potty trainingShe will be able to unzip zippers, unsnap snaps, and may begin showing an interest in being potty trained.Toilet training is a skill to be developed, and your little one must be ready to tackle this challenge.
Clear likes and dislikesHe will have very clear likes and dislikes, and will make his feelings known
Using connecting toysShe may also be able to play with connecting toys such as "Lego" blocks or trains, and will enjoy play-acting using finger puppets.Turning book pagesShe will be able to turn the pages of a book one at a time, and can even separate pages that have turned together.
Less hesitant with new peopleShe will be fearful of unfamiliar events, but will be less hesitant around new people.Talking about feelings